Frequently Asked Questions
What Kind of Church Is This?
Grace is a group of people who are seeking God's guidance and direction both individually and corporately. We are a Christ-centered church affiliated with ConvergeWorldwide and Converge Great Lakes. We are blessed to have a multi-generational congregation from a variety of backgrounds who strive to honor God in all that we say and do.
What Will the Service Be Like?
We hope that every attender at the Sunday worship service will connect with God and one another in a special way. You will be greeted at the door by people who are genuinely happy you're here and able to assist you in getting settled. Prior to the start of the service, our worship team provides an atmosphere of worship to help you transition from your hectic morning to a readiness to connect with God.
We sing a blend of contemporary and traditional songs to worship God and prepare our hearts for the morning's message. Our pastor will teach from the Bible; applying the timeless principles of God's Word to situations we face in everyday life. The entire service usually lasts just over 1 hour.
What Should I Wear?
Wear whatever makes you comfortable: suit and tie, jeans, dresses, shorts, t-shirts. Come as you are!
Will I Have to Do Anything, Say Anything, Give Anything, or Be Singled Out in Any Way?
No! We are a friendly bunch here at Grace, and we would certainly like to get to know you, but you are not required to do anything that is out of your comfort zone.
What About My Children?
You are welcome to keep your children with you during the worship service, but if you prefer, Grace offers wonderful nursery care for infants and children up to age 3. Children who are 3-years-old through 3rd grade participate in the service along with their parents until the singing has concluded and then are encouraged to attend our Children's Church program during the pastor's message.
Sounds Good - Now How Do I Get There?
Grace is located one mile east of Highway 35 on County Road M (Seminole Ave), right across from the Polaris Plant on the south side of Osceola.